Introducing the HD95-MVS-LD

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Today (October 10, 2022), at the 2022 Annual Meeting and Exposition, put on by the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) in Washington, D.C., we revealed our latest innovation in high-performance aerial imaging solutions, the HD95-MVS-LD.

The HD95 takes Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) imagery to the next level. With a best-in-class 0.9 FOV MWIR camera, the HD95 captures greater resolution at farther ranges, resulting in images that are more reliable and actionable. Also featured on the newest Trillium gimbal is a STANG compliant laser target designator and a SWIR Laser Designator with SeeSpot capability. Due to the remarkably low weight, and compact 10-inch size of the HD95, mid-size UASs can now increase their endurance, without sacrificing optical performance.

Alex Podolak, Vice President of Program Management at Trillium Engineering said, “The HD95 represents the newest innovation from Trillium Engineering. The advancements of this high-performance, low-weight gimbal will increase the capabilities of UAVs and in turn save lives on the battlefield.”

The HD95 was specifically designed and assembled for the US Army and debuted at AUSA onboard the Aerosonde, an Unmanned Aircraft System created by Textron Systems. The combined technology of the HD95 ISR camera, and the Aerosonde UAS, meet the aerial reconnaissance mission needs of the brigade combat team (BCT) and are ideal for the Future Tactical UAS Mission (FTUAS) program based upon maneuverability, range, speed, payload, survivability, reliability, and reduced logistical footprint.

While the HD95 was designed to meet the U.S. Army’s Future Vertical Lift requirements, its SWaP profile, advanced day, and night ISR imaging, and embedded video processor make it a great system for any mid-sized tactical UAS—VTOL or winged.

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